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Sy-Ints Turrms

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A customized character that represents an online person. avatar
A small amount of energy generated by a website and saved by your web browser. cookies
Unathorized traffic cannot pass through this. firewall
A con game, that scammers use to collect personal information. phishing
"Central Processing Unit." CPU
Portable e-reader developed by Amazon.com. Kindle
Specific location within a spread sheet. cell
A moblie operating system developed by Google Android
Feature of windows operating system, that allows the user to modify system settings and controls. control panel
Structure that stores orginized information. database
Unwanted actions that damage your computer system. malware
Phone-compatible listening devices Bluetooth
Short for "Picture Element". Pixel
Moral Principles that regulate the use of computers. Computer Ethics
The ability of a computer to act like a human AI
A command that re-loads the contents of a website. refresh
1,000 megahertz gigahert
Used to measure data on a computer a byte
Is 2 to the 30th power, or 1,073,741,824 bytes Gigabyte
Comes from the phrase "Binary Digit". Bit
Created by: Derpy Hooves